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INTERESMMERS O N PRIMARY BILL TAVOEABLE EEPOET EXPECTED FROM SENATE COMMITTEE. State Senator J. J. Crossley Believes Measure Will Pass Both Houses of Iowa LegislatureGovernor Cummins Champions Bill and Makes It Cam paign Issue, Declaring that Railroads Are Opposed to It. Special to Tho Jourral. Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 12Senator J. J. Crossley, who Introduced the administration pri mary election bill into the general assembly, States that he expects the senate committee will report his bill favoiably this week, and adds that indications point to a similar report by the house committee. The primary law is by all odds the absorbing topic of this session of the general assenibl Governor Cummins saw fit to champion the en actment of a state-wide primary law, and the fact that he is a candidate for renomination and bitterly opposed by the "stand pat" wing of the republican party in the state, has in jected a good deal of politics in the fight over the primary. It is geueially understood that the Crossley bill was practically drawn by Gov ernor Cummins, tho Senator Crossley has worked with him and given him the benefit of a care ful study of all the primary laws in the United States. Another feature of the contest that has done much to make it more tens i3 that J. W. Blythe, Iowa counsel of the Burlington railroad, and credited with being the leader of the rail road forces in Iowa politics, declared at tho opening of the session of the general assembly that the law should not pass, even declaring he would rather see the antlpass bill become law. Governor Cummins has taken up the gauntlet and sal'ied forth to another battle with the railroads. In his speech at Primghar and Cher okee In the eleventh district last week the gov ernor said the mo=t powerful lobby evei seen at Des Moines has appeared there to fight the pri mary law, and stated that every railroad in the fltate would use every ounce of strength to de feat the bill. This, the governor said, was due to the fact that the primary law would put the choice of nominees in the hands of the people and make it impossible for the railroads to control politics by manipulating caucuses. On the other hand, the supporters of George D. Perkins of Sioux City, rival candidate for governor, declare that Cummins championed the primary election bill for purely selfish reasons. The conclusion is that the governor thinks his Chances for renomination batter under a primary What Liquozone Is. The virtues of Liquozone are de jned solely from gases, by a process requiting large apparatus, and from 8 to 14 days' time. No alcohol, no narcotics are in it. Chemists of the highest class direct the making. The result is to obtain from these harm less gases a powerful tonic-germicide. The great value of Liquozone lies in the fact that it is deadlv to germs, yet harmless to you. 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CROSSLEY, Who Introduced Primary Election Bil\ in Iowa Assembly. IX&'&XV/WJCK* fxjnnr jwjre *$]?%' system than under caucuses. The governor's friends are entirely willing to accept the con clusion. The general assembly, while dividing generally along Cummins and anti-Cummins lines over the bill, has not lined up strictly in this way. Some standpatters are for the measure, notably Sen ator Crossley, whose name it bears. And some Cummins men aie opposed to it. Most of the democrats are against it because they fear it would not operate to the advantage of the minor ity party. In the senate the friends of the bill claim thirty of the fifty members for it, while the opposition claims twenty-eight. The vote in the senate depends on a few members who have not yet said where they stand. The house, while uncertain, will probably be governed largely by what the senate does. 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Fischbein, trustee, for leave to settle Rnd compromise certain controversies between said trustee ni.d *he Mansur Drug company, St. Paul Roofing, Cornice &-Ornament company, and Drake Mautel & Tilo company, arising out of non-compliance with contracts, by the payment of tho sum of $050 to Drake Mantel & Tile company, $360 to Mansur Drug company, and $68.64 to St. Paul Roofing, Cornice & Ornament company, all hs *et forth in said petition that the 10th day of February, 1906, at 3 p.m., is hereby fixed for a hearing in room 514 Manhattan building, St. Paul, Minn., and in default of ob jections at said time and place an order will be made granting the petition. Dated Feb. 8. 1806. MICHAEL DORAK. JR.. Referee. STATE OF MINNESOTA, COUNTY 0 7 HENNX* pinDistrict Court, Fourth Judicial District. _ne BradleyvsEstate Companys 1 (a corporation). plaintiff Lul Du Brut Bradley, Richar Bradley, Giles Bradley, Henry W. Bradley, Leonora Beatrice Bradley, Bradley Brother* (Incorporated)! Frank B. Powers, Du Bruta Cutlar. Jr., Pulu Justice, H. J. Justice, Ltla Justice, Mariana Justice and Margaret Justice, and also all persons unknown having or claim* tag any right, title, estate, lien or interest Jn the real estate described In the complaint herein, defendants. NOTICE OF REFEREES' BALE. Judgment having been duly entered in the above entitled action on Sept *8. 1905. ad judging and decreeing that the land hereinafter described, should be sold by J. A. Larimore and Frank W. Shaw, as referees. Now, therefore, notice la hereby given, that pursuant to the said Judgment the foUowlng described land, situated in the county ot Hen* gmdnspecified epi and state of Minnesota (which is the sama In said Judgment), towlt: The westerly twenty-two (82) feet, front an S ge The First Bottle Is Free. CUT OUT THIS COUPON. Pill it out and mall it to The Liquozone Com pany, 458-464 Wabash Ave., Chicago. 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MONEY AX 6 J?ER CENT PJ-_ ANNUM PH.A vate paity will make loans of $26 to $30 to men ler.nuuenti} emp*oed no security, plan explained upon application. 1114. Journal. utONEY SUPPLIED SAJ^ARIED PEOPLE, RE tail mercnunts, teamsters, boarding houses, without secuiity offices In 33 piiucipal cities, l'olman. u_o New York Life building. MONEY TO LOAN ON 1MPRO /ED CITY PROP orty at lowest current rates payment prlvi leges given no delay in closing. Minneapolis 'Xtust Co., Hennepin av and 4th St. WE OFFER OUR OWN MONEY TO LOAN ON impioved city pioperty at lowest current rates, no delay, _he Umnebota Loan & Trust Co.. 313 Nicollet av. 20,000 SHARES OF OIL STOCK WHERE there are three wells producing oil, and over $80,000 worth of the oil sold. Make an offei. 8609,_Journal. 4 PER CENT, 6 PER CENT, 0 PER CENT money to loan on Improved city property no delay. J. A. Walters, 514 Ne Yoik Lire bldg. CONE & 00., rear, of lot Six (0). in block forty-nine (4). have on hand to loa on impiove property In the original town of Minneapolis, according.to j^i.ooo, $l,5u0, $2,000. $3,500 lowest rates. the recorded plat thereof, will, on Tuesday, the twentieth (80th) day of February, 1906, at ten ANY ONE D-S1R1NG A LOAN OF $1,500 N-.XT (10) o'clock In the forenoon of said day, at the fall, on easy terms, should call promptly on Fourth street front door of the courthouse and A. Stewart. 510 Kasota building. City hall building. In the city of Minneapolis. LOUIS A. HOWARD, 602 ONEIDA BUILDING, In the county of Hennepin and state of Minne- 6n ua W GUARANTY BLDG., money on hand to loan on improved citi property. Current rateb. WE LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE AT LOW ebt rates no delay. Nickels & Smith, 311 Nicollet av. HONEY TO LOAN ON IMPBOVED FAEMS no delay. M. B. Waters. 707 Phoenix Bldg. MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST BATES NO delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life Bldg 1 I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF $100 TO $500 loans on city iuopert? Polley, 501 Andrus. $100 TO $500 TO LOAN ON REALTY OB good paper. 322 New York Life Blldg. _JjOANS^lTOJCHATTELS__ THE MONTHLY INSTALLMENT LOAN COM pany loans on waiehouse receipts, furs in storage, furniture and personal property, at one-fifth the usual rates. 1204 Guaranty Loan ^building. WILLIAMS, 434 GUARANTY BLDG., LOANS on furniture, pianos or any security large loans a specialty, terms to suit borrowers lowest prices. DIAMONDS BOUGHT, LARGE OR SMALL, highest price paid money loaned. M. L. Cohen, diamond brokei, 29 Washington av 8. RICE LOANS ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL property charge reasonable. 506 Globe Bldg. HAIRDRESSING, SHAMPOOING, MANICUR lng, face massage exclusively for ladies a con piele 11 le of hair goods at reasonable prices. Hawkin'b 121 6th st S. PROFESSIONAL SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, MO^LES, ETC., PERMA. nently lemoved by electricity. Miss Hollister, 77-78 Syndicate Block. 'Pioneer stand of the northwest. Exclusive specialist. ^W^PW*WB^! IIP. I 111^ PARTICULAR PEOPLE, SEND YOUR OAR pets, rugs to the Mpls Carpet Cleaning & Rug Factory. 112 4th st N. Main 3227 T. C. 9498. ^^DBraCTIVE AGENCIES McNCX^Y^^DETECTIVE^^GENCY^PRO service, unequaled facilities, reasonable rates. References, police headquarters. 210 Kasota block. N. W. phone. AGENTS^WANTEjD AGENTS WANTEDAUTOMATIC CLOTHES line holder. 100 per cent profit. Central Nov elty Works, 10 Central av, Minneapolis, Minn MACHINERY^ IRON WORKING AND WOOD WORKING MA. chlnery large stock of socond-hand and new Northern Machinery Co.. 217 3d st S. MDIS. PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES KODAK FILM DEVELOPING AND EINISH Ing done expertly photographic materials, our business established twenty years. O. H. I'eck Co 112 5th st S. STOV^REPAI]^ REPAIRS FOR ALL STOVESGREAT WEST era Stove Repair Co.. 312 Hennepln- OCEAK^STEAME^ AMERICAN LINE. PLYMOUTHCHERBOLRG SOU1HAMPTON, Sailing Saturdays, 9 30 a.m pier 15, N. R. Philadelphia... Teb. 17 St. Paul Feb. 24 New-York March 3 St. Louis March 10 PhiladelphiaQueenstownLiverpool. Sailing Saturdays at 10 a.m. Haverford Feb. 17 INoordland Feb. 24 Merion March 10 Haverford ...March 24 ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE. NEW YORK-LONDON DIRECT, PIER 39. N. R. America Feb 17 I Maine Feb. 24 Minnehaha... .March 8 Minneapolis ..March 10 These steamers cairy no passengers. DOMINION LINE. PORTLAND TO LIVERPOOLShort sea passage. Canada Maich 3 I Dominion March 24 Southwark March 17 I Canada April 1 HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE New twin-screw steamers of 12,500 tons. Sailings Wednesdays as per sailing li^t. Stat'dam,Feb 21, 10 am I Rot'dam, Mai .7. 10 am Ryndam,Feb.ii8. S 30am INoordam, Mar.14, 7 am Stat'dam,Mar.28, 10 am Ryndam, Apr. 4, 10 am New Twin-Screw Steamer, 17,250 registered tons. 30 400 tons displacement. From New York Apiil 25, May 30, July 4. RED STAR LINE. ANTWERPDOVERLONDONPARIS. Sailing Saturdays. 10-30 am., pier 14, N. R. Kroonland... Feb. 17 Zeeland Feb. 24 Finland March 3 I Vaderland March 10 WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YORKQUEENSTOWNLIVERPOOL. Sailing Wednesdays, pier 43, N. R. Baltic Feb. 14, 9 am Maleatic, Feb.21, 10 am Oceanic, Feb 28,8:30 am Teutonic. Mar. 7, 10 am BOSTONQUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL. Cymric Feb. 17, 4.30 a.m. Mar. 24, Apr. 26 zBohemian. Feb. 28, 1:30 p.m. (Leyland Line) zCarries second-class passengers only. Does not call at Queenstown. T| MEDITERRANEAN^^ FROM NEW YORK. CELTIC (20,904 tons) Feb. 17, 12 30 p.m. REPUBLIC Mch.^. 3 p.m. April 21, Mav 31 CELTIC Apiil 30, 10 a.m. May 10.. FROM BOSTON, CANOPIC Feb. 24, 11 am., April 7, May 19 ROMANIC Mch. 17. 3 30 pm. April 28 O. E. BRECKE, N. W. P. Agent, 181-123 3d st S, Guaranty Bldg, Minneapolis. T. H. LARKE, Passenger Agent, 375 Robert st, St. Paul. jfamburg-Jhnericcm. PlymouthCherbourgHamburg. *Bluec%er Feb. 15 I *Deutschland. .Mar. 15 aWaldersee Feb. 24 aPatricia Mar. 17 cAmerika March 11 *zBluecher .Mar. 22 aPennsylvania. .Mar. 10 aPretorla March 31 S. S. Amerika, Most Luxurious, and Most Modern of Leviathans. Grill room. zGymnasium. cElevator and a la carte restaurant. aCalling at Dover for London and Paris. Offices, 35 and 37 Broadway. New York, 159 Randolph st. Chicago, 111. W. B. Chandler, E. Eichhorn & Sou, A. E. Johnson & Co., O. E. Brecke, Nils Nilson, A. -G. Vanstrum & Co. be connected with The Jour- nal's Telephone Operator. of The Journal. Either Line" Any time you wish to insert an Ad in The Journal "Want" Columns and you will Ask for the "Want Ad" De- partment, give your "Ad" and it will appear in the next issue The Journal collector will call next day for the pay. SSMSSSSMSSSSMM The Rates are always the same, "Cent a Word." No Ad taken for less than 20c WANTEDFOR THE U. S. MARINE CORPS, unmarried men between the ages of 21 and 35, able-bodied, of good character and temperate habits, citizens of the United States, or who have legally declared their intention to become such must speak, read and write English marines serve at sea on men-of-war in all paite of the world, on land in our island pos ressions atd at navy yaids in the United States. Recruits desiring service In the Phil ippine Islands may be enlisted accordingly. Apply at 167 E 3d st, St. Paul, or 39 Wash ington av S, Minneapolis. 'KING OSCAR"WE WANT GOOD SALES men to Introduce the work, "King Oscar and the Scandinavian People," a complete history right down to date, published in Swedish. Wilte for fiee outllt and get to work at once, as there will be a very large number sold in your section and you can get the busi ness if jou try. Address Creore & Nickerson Home Purnlshifig Co., 221 NicoUetr av^ Minne apolis, Minn. WANTEDFOR U. 8, ARMY: ABLE-BODIED, unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 35 citizens of United States of good charactet and temperate habits, who can bpeak, read and write English. For information apply to Recruiting Ofiicer, Phoenix324 Buildintg mercia1 Minneapolis, Minn. or Cora- Hotel, St Paul, or Firs avenue S MEN AND BOYS WANTED TO EARN ?5 TO $S day after completing course of practical instruction at home oi in our schools: gradu ates admitted to union& positions secured. Cojnc Bros. Co. Practical Schools Plumbing and Bricklaying, New York, Chicago, Cincin nati and St. Louis. Free catalog. A FIRST-OLAS EXPERIENCED SALESMAN for western territory can obtain a permanent and lucrative position with a nrm of estab lished remrtution, only thoroly experienced salesmen need apply give references and state salary expected. Address 'lhe Atlantic ltenn iug Co.. Cleveland. Ohio. WANTEDA GOOD DRY GOODS MAN MUST be able to trim business window and write cards, speak German and sell shoes and fur nishings must be honest and sober give ref erence and salary expected to start. B. A. Barthelemj, St. Cloud, Minn. FACTORY HANDS WANTEDMACHINE MEN for operating woodworking machines, wheel rimmers, painters, blacksmiths and helpers, and others who can make themselves useful aiound a wagon factory. Neal, Johns & Co., Lake City, Minn. WANTEDDETAILERS AND CHECKERS BY an eastern firm for bridge and structural work state expeiience, technical education, age, if married, least salary per month expected and how boon you could report for work. Address 154, Journal. WANTEDIN NORTH DAKOTA TOWN, AN experienced abstract clerk to transciibe and index card records. Must write good, plain, neat hand. Address in own handwriting, giv ing expeiience and references. 9719, Journal. rF~YOU~WANT TO BE A BARBER. OUR illustrated catalogue tells how. Send for it today. It's free for the asking. Moler Barber College, 221 2d av S. Minneapolis, Minn. Established 1893. All barber _work free. COMPOSITORLADY OR BOY WHO HAS at least one year's experience at case job good until April 1 or longer, one-half rail load fare retunded particulars first letter. Journal, White ltock, S. D. WANTEDAN ARCHITECTURAL DRAUGHTS man, experienced in grain elevator construc tion must be capable of doing estimating in building contractor's office. C. E. Benell, Box 461, Brandon, Man. li!..N i.catf Oi* A b-t-ju-cNDIX) PROPOSITION a new article for families, and sold on the ere lit plan, pays $10 ^40 weekly, according to ability. C. F. Adams, 76-78 7th st S, Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED80 MEN TO GO TO HINES, WIS., to work in the woods, $40 per month railway fare free. If you stay till April 7 we pay jour fare both ways. Apply to clerk at Nicollet house at once. THE DLMAND FOR SALESMEN IS SO GREAT that we na\ only been able to fill 2) per cent of tne positions in this line If you have made godd. call or write Hapgoods, 313 Nicollet av. WANTEDPRINTER COMPEraNT~TO~TAKE churg of job and cylinder presses, must be sober and reliable and able to take charge of a country office. Address Star. Eveleth, Minn. PLUMBING SCHOOL. Few months' course, steady work, good pay. Day and evening class. Practical School of Plumbing & Heating, Minneapolis, Minn. SALESMENTO SELL OUR GOODS TO GEN- era.1 stores, clothiers, druggists and grocers fine side Hues big profits liberal terms. Model Mfg. Co., Box L, South Bend, led. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARN good income conesponding for newspapers ex perience unnecessary. Send for particulars. Press Svndicate. Lockport. N X. WATCHES CLEANED, 60c MAINSPRINGS, 50c crjstiN, 10c, alaim clocks repaired, 25c strike clocks, 60p jewelry repaired at half price. Brunot, 404 Dayton bldg. SALESMEN TO HANDLE NEW ADVERTIS ing propositions exclusive territory splen did opportunity for hustlers. Owens Bros. Hillson Co., Boston. Mass. LEARN SHORTHAND, BOOKKEEPING, BANK ing by mail or attend Brown's Business Col lege, Northfield, Minn.: finest courses known and cheapest rates. Write. LLARN WATCHMAKING. ENGRAVING, Op tics earn more money oldest school. Min neapolis Watchmaking School. 7th and Hen nepin. TAELOBL WANraD^G~00D COAT MAKER and pants and vest maker at once steady employment. Address A. Aktovesky, Huron, S.JD WATCHES CLEANED 60o: MAINSPRINGS 50o warranted one year clocks repaired, called for and delivered. T. C. 9545. Dobrin.JSS Wash. N WANTEDGOOD~~EXPERIENCED ASSISTANT slapping clerk must be good penman salary $12. S. A. Morawetz & Co., 500 Kasota bldg. LEABTN PHOTOGRAPHYBIG DEMAND FOR workmen taught quickly terms easy. Minne sota College of Photography, 316 Nicollet av. A 1 HELP WANTED-MALE Continued. $75 PER MONTH AND TRAVELING Ex penses paid salesmen to sell goods to dealers experience unnecessary. Purity Co., Chicago. WANTEDAN ALL-AROUND MOTOR AND generator repair man. Steady work year around. Burgess Electric Co., Dulnth, Minn. WANTED75 TEAMS TO HAUL ICE IUES day morning, from Cedar Lake to Fremont av N and 'Western. Cedar Lake Ice Co. SHOES RESOLED IN 15 MINUTE8, BEST OAK soles, sewed. 75c, nailed. 50c. rubber heels, 40c. S. T. Sorensen, 814 Nlcolelt ST. WANTED AT ONCEA MACHINIST AND blacksmith for night work. Kilgore-Peteler Co., 30th av S and N. P. Ry. track. WANTEDTEN FIRST-CLASS MACHINISTS at Sumne.- Iron Works. Everett, Wash. steady employment joung men preferred. FIRST-CLASS CABINET MAKER, YOUNG man none but expert need apply. Winkley Limb Co., 1330 Washington av N. BRIGHT BOY, 16, CHANCE TO LEARN GOOD business salary $3. Twin City Dress Novelty Co., 412 Nicollet, fourth floor. WANTEDGOOD MAN TO TAKE CARE OF livery and feed barn, must be industrious and willing to work. 64, Journal. BOY WANTED, ABOUT 16 YEARS OF AGE, good chance to learn trade. Minneapolis In fant Shoe Co., 1718 6th av N. TAILORSTWO COATMAKERS, ONE VEST maker on piece work start work at once. Reid ^Brothers. 34 6th st S. WANTEDCOATMAKER TO GO OUT OF town. higb*3t wages paid. Call 712 Globe building, Minneapolis. Minn. MEN AND WOMEN, DO YOU WANT TO make money at home or traveling 300 per cent profit. 49, Journal. WANTEDA FEW GOOD SALESMEN, FIRST class men. will be given straight salary con tract. 8 Eastman block. WANTED EXPERIENCED FURNISHING goods salesman references required. The Palace Clothing House. WANTEDFIRST-CLASS MACHINISTS AND benchmen job out of town. Apply 204 Nicol let av. Minneapolis. DRESSED LUMBER GRADERS WANTED AT C. A. Smith Lumber Co., 44th av N and Lyndale. WANTEDHARNESSMAKER STEADY WORK to right man. W. P. Gritzmacker, Emerado, _N. D. __ MACHINISTS WANTED, VISE AND FLOOR hands. Superior Shipbuilding Co., Superior, Wis. WANTEDA FIRST-CLASS SHORT ORDER cook for night work. The Grill. 308 1st av S. (125 MONTHLY AGENTS WANTED STAND* ard Registry Co.. 312 Bank Commerce bldg. WATCHES CLEANED tl MAINSPRING8 91 warranted one year. Paecel's. 22 3d st S. WANTEDMAN TO WORK ON FARM NEAR city. Call at _1134_Lumber Exchange WANTEDELEVATOR BOY AT~0NCE. CLTN ton Hotel. STORAGE^ THE BOYD TRANSFER & STORAGE CO. HAS unequaled facilities for packing, moving, storing and shipping household goods. Call and In spect our new plant at 4th av S and Lake st, the largest in the west the finest anywhere, embracing stables, wagon shops and Fireproof Storage Warehouse, with eveiy accessory and convenience. Visitors welcome. Warehouse office, 400 Lake at. Main office, 46 S 3d st. MINNEAPOLIS TRANSFER AND STORAGE Co. has best facilities for handling and stor ing household goods expert furniture packers, satisfaction assured cut ratea to Pacific coast and other points oar specialty 122 5th st S. Both phenes. CUT RATES ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO CHI cago, Denver, Spokane, Pacific coast terminals and tributary points. Best of service and lowest possible rates. Write or call on tha Boyd Transfer & Storage Co.. 46 S Sd st. CAMERON'S TRANSFER AND STORAGE Best facilities for moving and storing house hold goods expert packers. Office. 200 Nicol let. Both phones 1208. Res. phone T. C. 13324. BENZ BROS., TRANSFER AND STORAGE finest vans and warerooins goods moved by experienced men. 112 5 a st N. Both tele phones 952. FIREPROOF STORAGE, CLEAN SEPARATE rooms packing and shipping. 106 1st av N. JPATENT^ATTORNEYS INVENTORS. ATTENTION!PATENTS IN all countries promptly obtained, sold, leased, manufactured models made twenty-five years established unexcelled reputation, in ventors' book free. Address Patent Market, St. Paul. Minn. WILLIAMSON & MERCHANT, PATENT LAW yers and solicitors main office, 925-933 Guar anty building, Minneapolis, Minn. 52 McGIIl building, Washington. D. C. YOUNG MEN WANTED FOR THE U. S. NAVY, ages'17 to 35 years pay $16 to $70 per month, according to ratings: first outfit of clothing free good opportunities offered for advance ment. Apply at navy recruiting station, room 508 Postoffice building, Minneapolis. PARQUET FLOORS polish. Metropolitan Parquet Co. 4019 Nic. WANrap-FHttAI^ WANTED GERMAN-SPEAKING STENO^r raphes salary $50 month. South Dakota cons* try store Lpard $15 to $2u. First-class lady stenographer for southern Minnesota salary $50 to $6-). S. A.'Mdrawets & Co.. 600 Kauot* building. WANTEDEVERY MOTHER'S SON AND daughter to buy a box lunch, 10 and 15 cents, at Corn Exchange confectionery stand, opera tor Phoenix building lobby, A. J. Wirtb'e candy store and 126 7th at N. ANY INTELLIGENT PERSON MAY EARS good Income corresponding for newspapers ex I perience unnecessary. Send tor particulars. Prenw Syndicate Lockport. X. Y. LADIES' FASHIONS, IMPORTED MODELS, paper paterns, sleeves, skirts, etc. dressmak ers and ladies Interested In style, call Mrs. I Petty, 460 Syndicate Arcade. WANTEDCOMPETENT WOMAN TO TATTV. I charge of office: most understand bookkeep ing and stenography thoroughly references re quired. 412. Journal. WANTEDA FEW LADIES TO I.EAB.U wa,Tft_ dressing, manicuring, massage short time re quired. MoleMinn. Minneapolis, Barber College, 221 2d ar 8, A WELL INFORMED LADY CAN FIND I steady position a portion of each day refer enres required. Call after 10 Tuesday, 712 Boston block. WANTEDA FEW LADIES. 18 YEAR8~OR ov?r quick to learn, can earn good wages dar ing spare time filling In designs. Address 9939. Journal. WANTEDCOMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework in family of three must be com petent. Apply forenoons only. 1805 Fremont ay B. DURING JANUARY OATON BUSINESS COL lege, 263 2d ar S, in the College block, admits students, tuition payable after obtaining posi tions. DRESSMAKERS AND LADIES WHO DO THEIR own sewins or employ dressmakers to visit thi Praiss Pattern Booms. 522 Medical block. DRESSMAKERS AND LADIES WHO DO THEIR own sewing to visit the Praiss Pattern rooms, 522 Medical block, Minneapolis. Main 1714 L. WANTEDGOOD BRIGHT YOUNG LADY WHO has had experience on books and typewriting. S. A. Morawetz A Co.. 500 Kasota bldg. WOMAN COOK FOR COUNTRY HOTEL. $5 per week, service six months fare one way. Oxford Hotel, Tlntah, Minn. WANTEDAT ONCE, ONE viTtrwv.lt GIRL, one silver girl apply at Economy Restaurant, 112 Hennepin av. WANTEDCOMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework must be good cook. Apply 1408 4tb st SB, flat 3. WANTEDCOMPETENT GIRL FOR GENERAL housework in private family. 2116 Hennepin. LATEST HAIR F0B8, SCARF POTS, ETC., TO order. Evans, 429 Andrus Bldg. Both phones. WANTEDFIRST-CLASS SHORT ORDER cook for night woik. The Grill, 308 1st av S. WANTEDNORWEGIAN GIRL FOR GENERAL housework. Flit 8, second floor, 912 8th av S. WANTEDGIRL FOR GENERAL HOUBE work. Apply at once 2628 Emerson av S. WANTED GOOD GIRL FOR GENERAL housework good cook. 1600 8d av 8. WANTEDFIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR GENER al housework at 1527 Hennepin av. WANTEDGIRL TO WORK FOR ROOM AND board. 1707 Nicollet av, flat 17. WANTEDGIRL TO ASSIST WITH GENERAL housewoik. 825 E FranbUn av. GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSEWORK. APPLY after 6 p.m., 718 lflth av S. WANTEDTEN GIRLS AT THE ROYAL INN, 40 3d st S. SITUATIONfi^WANTED Male. RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, He* A word no ad less than 10c dally 20 words oc less, one week, 60c. WANTEDPOSITION AS FOREMAN ON AGRI cultural or stock farm lifetime experience raising stock and general farming can lur nish good references. Address Box 54, Bing ham Lake, Minn- A COMPETENT, EXPERIENCED STENOGRA pher In grain and railroad business, wants po sition, good at dictation: understands book keeping. W. C. Kuehn, 4119 Emerson av N T. 8662. WANTEDA POSITION IN A DRUG STORE I have had three years' experience would like to finish trade can furnish a good recommend. Inquire of F. is. Warren, Ellsworth. Wia. WANTED^EMPLOYMENT IN CITY BY TWO young men: can do first-class painting and paper hanging will work cheap. Andrew Trul son, 124 1st st N. Phone 9748, Twin City. MARRIED MAN SEEKS FOblXlON DRIVING for laundry, tea and coffee bouse or any oat* side work on salary and commission first-class references. Address 9844. Journal. BY MAN, THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH drug business, both wholesale and retail wants management retail drug store or part nership Interest. 280, Journal. BI'XL'AIXUA NVJLN1J6.D BY COMPETENT AND reliable bookkeeper and office n. 18 years' experience five years with last employer. Address 9796. Journal. FIRST-CLASS ACCOUNTANT WOULD LIKE temporary wort on books, system rearranged if desired, will also keep small sets monthly. Address 341, Journal. SITUATION WANTED BY COMPETENT AMD reliable coaenman, position In private family as coachman can give good city references. Addi ess 101. Journal GENERAL DRY GOODS SALESMAN, EXPERL. enced, desires position in good bouse la Man* tana. Dakota or Minnesota nrst-claas creden tials. 76, Journal. BY MARRIED MAN. Si YEARB OLD IS years' experience In banking, loans and real estate .North Dakota or Canada preferred. 33 Journal. WANTEDBY YOUNG yAttRTRTi MAN, P08I- tion as elevator operator, is also general me chanic references given. L. B. R. Hoffman. 1227 Nicollet. SITUATION WANTEDPAINTING, XALSO* mining, cleaning, wall paper, staining, varnish ing, polishing floors. Onaxles Pease. 910 2d st SB- STENOGRAPHER AT PRESENT EMPLOYES. high school graduate, 21 years of age, rapid and accurate, salary $12. Address 64, Journal. POSITION BY EXPERIENCED YOUNG MAN as assistant bookkeeper or shipping clerk ref erences furnished. Address 80, Journal. SITUATION WANTEDA YOUNG MAN, 19 years old, would lie a position of pome kind. Address W. Hanson. 2100 9th av S. WANTED, BY EXPERIENCED LAUNDSYXAV, position as washer or engineer can furnlsa testimonials. Address-146, Journal. WANTEDSITUATION BY THOROUGHLY competent bookkeeper at $40 a month. Ad dress Box 452, Bismarck. N. D. SITUATION WANTED BY EXPERIENCES giocery clerk can make friends and bold trade. Address 352, Journal. glToSIioS WANTED BY A FIRST-CLASS coachman can furnish references. Address 9874. Journal. WANTEDA SITUATION AS MEAT CUTTER. Competent In all branches. Address 3121 Stev ens av. ^___ WANTEDPOSITION AS CHIEF ENGINEER best of references given. Address 9779. Jour nal. POSITION WANTED BY AN EXPERIENCED butcher. Address 9116. Journal. Female. RATE UNDER THIS CLASSIFICATION, Ho A word no ad less than 10c daily 2u words of less, one week. 60c. EXPERT BOOKKEEPER, STENOGRAPHER and typewriter desires position at once com petent aua capable of taking lull cnarge ot bookkeeping and collections: best business ref erencefc. Address 4S7. Joornal. EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS POSITION as cook or manager, small restaurant or boarding bouse, with room for herself and daughter, 15. Address 480, JonrnaL A RESPECTABLE YOUNG LADY WOULD like a position as pianist in store. Can play popular music at first sight, accompany sing ing or orchestra. 9818. Journal. HIGH-GRADE BOOKKEEPER AND EXPERT stenographer, several years' experience and best buswes-s references, desires position at once. Address 487. Journal. WANTEDPOSITION BY COMPETENT ANB accurate stenographer, have had four years* experience. Can furnish best of reference. Audress 245, JonrnaL yOtNG LADY WITH FIVE YEARS' EXPE rince deslros position as bookkeeper and ste nographer can 'urnish best of reference. Ad dress 3i3 Jcurnai^ MIDDLE-AGED LADY WOULD LIKE PLACE as housekeeper or chambermaid Swedish ref erences given_._ Address 507, Journal A RELIABLE AND EiPERt-NC-D DRESS msker wunld like a few engagements by the day at $2 per day. Address 315. Journal. WANTEDCOMPETENT STENOGRAPHER and bookkeeper must have some experience. Address Henr^Erickson^Towner, N. D. A THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED DOUBLX entry bookkeeper wants a position nrst-cl__s references. Address 68, Journal. YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION WHILE attending school, in respectable family or boarding house. Tel. Main S64. GIRL WANTS TO WORK BY THE SAY washing, ironing and cleaning. 522 28th st W. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER WANTS 8EW- iug by the day. T. C. 7568. PENSIONS THE OLD AND RELIABLEWE ARE THE oldest floor concern in the northwest. Work _. guaranteed. Estimates furnished. Try our ROBT. WATSON, WAR VETERAN. PENSION Ui, ,b^|i^-UaU, 82% Boston Jdk-, Minneapolis. *!*_**A,_i.*._.-^..._* .^jteg.,^.